May's 'Flower Moon' Doesn't Disappoint
Without a doubt, May is my favorite month of the year. As someone who grew up in the midst of a four generation family landscaping business, May presents horticulturalists, nurserymen,...
A Free Trip to the ISS
Okay, it's not actually a free trip to the ISS, but the video above is pretty cool. Check it out! NASA is streaming, 24/7/365.25 days a year, and they're giving us an HD look...
A Tetrad of Lunar Eclipses!
Eclipses, both solar and lunar, are rare astronomical events that normally hold the interest and awe of the general population and seasoned professionals alike. However, amateur...
Armageddon or Fly-by?
Courtesy: The Weather ChannelEven though scientists say it poses no threat to us, an asteroid will pass between the Earth and its moon Wednesday. The newly discovered asteroid...
Are Aliens Controlling Our Weather?
photo from www.coolinterestingstuff.com By looking at the above graph I have surmised the following:1861-70 - Slaves freed - they approve...1901-10 - Cars invented...
New Technology To Help Track Weather Patterns
We look at a variety of weather models everyday to help in formulating the weather forecast. Today's midday rocket launch in Japan will send a satellite to Space with the goal...
Explosions at Venus
NASA has discovered an event called Hot Flow anomaly at Venus, and because it has no magnetic field to protect it, this very well might engulf the entire planet. http:www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/sunea
Northern Lights Again Close By
I am once again in awe! I am always monitoring the aurora borealis prediction websites for activity which may be visible across any portion of New England, especially Southern...
Fun with Snow & Asteroids
My neighbor is the artist and he'll get more material for his work tomorrow. 3-6 inches of snow is expected for most of CT, except the southeastern part of the state. Tonight,...